UK-Fire Risk Assessments can provide onsite training such as fire marshal training as an optional extra for your fire safety program. Prices vary dependant on the number of staff and type of fire training required but please contact us for more information and a quotation
Staff Training in Fire Safety is a requirement of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order under Part 2 Article 21
Training courses can cover:
21.—(1) The responsible person must ensure that his employees or staff are provided with adequate safety training—
(a) at the time when they are first employed; and
(b) on their being exposed to new or increased risks because of—
(I) their being transferred or given a change of responsibilities within the responsible person’s undertaking;
(ii) the introduction of new work equipment into, or a change respecting work equipment already in use within, the responsible person’s undertaking;
(iii) the introduction of new technology into the responsible person’s undertaking; or
(iv) the introduction of a new system of work into, or a change respecting a system of work already in use within, the responsible person’s undertaking.
(2) The training referred to in paragraph (1) must—
(a) include suitable and sufficient instruction and training on the appropriate precautions and actions to be taken by the employee in order to safeguard himself and other relevant persons on the premises;
(b) be repeated periodically where appropriate;
(c) be adapted to take account of any new or changed risks to the safety of the employees concerned;
(d) be provided in a manner appropriate to the risk identified by the risk assessment; and
(e) take place during working hours.
UK-Fire Risk Assessments can offer free of charge (with a Fire Risk Assessment), a Flash Player software based training program that will provide your employees with Fire Safety Training on a PC . The Fire Safety Training Course will allow clients to print of their own certificate at the end for their records or fire safety files.
Course Content includes
- Fire – (Understanding fire, how fires start, housekeeping and hazards, waste disposal and storage)
- Fire Action – (Discovering a fire, raising the alarm, hearing the alarm, tackling the fire if safe to do so)
- Evacuation – (Drills, escape routes, fire doors)
- Firefighting equipment – (Classification, types of fire, using an extinguisher)
- Self-Assessment – (Questionnaire)